I've been writing seriously since college, when I first took a playwriting course and experienced the joy of seeing my work produced on the stage.
In the years since, I've tried my hand at a wide variety of mediums, including scripts, prose, essays, business communications and much, much more. I've included selections of my work below.
Camp Camp tells the story of a dysfunctional summer camp run by a shady business mogul.
An animated series about Terrorists and Counter-Terrorists participating in a reality show.
Big dreams. Small minds.
What kind of monster makes decaf first thing in the morning?
A revolutionary app for your contacts needs!
The gig economy is getting pretty rough out there.
If you're going to a dinner party, just try to be normal.
Last night, as I lay in bed preparing for sleep, a bit of dialogue was running through my head.
I had a sister once. Three years younger than me, with long, skinny arms and legs, and eyes greener than pine needles.
Doug. I found the tennis ball. I know you were trying to hide it from me. I don't know why you would do that. Weren't we friends?
When Nate came back as a toaster, panic was his first response.
The first time I met my brother, I was lost in an unfamiliar neighborhood.
This time it was a puzzle piece. I watched, fascinated, as its edges began to curl in the crackling oil.
WANTED: Exact physical double. Long lost twin or unlikely genetic experiment preferred.
This story was my submission for round ten of NPR’s Three-Minute Fiction contest. The prompt was to tell a story in the form of a voicemail message.
When I stumble out the door of my apartment into the mid-day glare, the sun feels closer than it has ever been…
Jake hefted the bag and pushed his way through a wall of vines and into the clearing.
Articles and Reviews
In 2013, I wrote a series of freelance articles and reviews for locally-focused site Austin.com.
Full of Words is a blog for book-obsessives written by a book-obsessive.
Thoughtful videogame news and reviews without hype or clickbait.
Last night I decided that an April Fool's Joke was actually a creepy little story that might or might not involve someone being tricked.
A collection of tweets about detectives.
A collection of tweets about robots.
A man and a woman are kidnapped and imprisoned for mysterious reasons.
An awkward young man who never leaves his apartment befriends a talking severed head and decides to build a robotic woman.
A pathological liar narrates her life story.
In 2004, I worked for Nacq.com's (now-defunct) framed art shop, digital-picture-printing-frames.com.